National Coral Reef Monitoring Program Socioeconomic Monitoring Component: Summary Findings for South Florida, 2019
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National Coral Reef Monitoring Program Socioeconomic Monitoring Component: Summary Findings for South Florida, 2019
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    The Socioeconomic Component of the National Coral Reef Monitoring Program (NCRMP) collects socioeconomic data across all United States (US) coral reef territories and jurisdictions to inform human connections indicators. These indicators fall under broad categories of demographics of these populations, human use of coral reef resources, and knowledge, attitudes, and perceptions of coral reefs and coral reef management. The overall goal of this endeavor is to track relevant information regarding each jurisdiction's population, social and economic structure, societal interactions with coral reef resources, and the responses of local communities to coral management. These data are used to develop and update indicators that describe the state of each jurisdiction relative to other US jurisdictions. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Coral Reef Conservation Program (CRCP) uses the information to protect coral reefs at local, regional, and national levels, as well as to inform continuing research and communication products. CRCP staff, along with educators and managers in the jurisdictions, use this information to monitor changes in coral reef dependent communities and jurisdictions, and ensure education programs are designed to achieve their goals. This report presents primary data from the second monitoring cycle in South Florida (the first monitoring cycle was completed in 2014). The survey was conducted from April to August 2019, and results are representative of South Florida as a whole, as well as each of the South Florida counties adjacent to Florida’s coral reef: Martin, Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade, and Monroe Counties.
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